The ASC light can be for many reason, I had it when I needed an alingment bad also when my speed sensor went bad...
The clutch will void your power train warranty. The service chief at my dealer told me that straight up. A heavier clutch will put undue stress on parts that aren't designed for it (clutch master cylinder for instance) and an engine that doesn't need it. By the time you need a heavier/bigger clutch your warranty is probably gone, anyway.clutch shouldnt void your warranty
Wow, my ASC light turned after I installed an ETS intercooler and UICP/LICP...is this common?
Yeah, you can overboost. And, I see you're in Indiana, the cold weather may be affecting your engine, causing it to overboost. Happened to me a lot last winter, threw me into limp mode a few times, too.I will check my fluid levels and alignment. i got my alignment done couple of thousand miles ago. So possibly i did not mess up the diff or awc.
I have light mods done to the car Tomei exhaust, TP, exedy stage 2, perrin EBCS, drop-in and a tune by Kozmic27 (MDR performance). He set my peak boost at 28. Is it still possible to over boost?
OP, if you boost over 30 PSI, the ASC light comes on and the traction control shuts off. That could be your problem, as could be your alignment or your fluid level in the trunk.
It's 28.5? Hm, I guess my tuner took care of that, because I regularly go over 28.5, but the ASC only shuts off at 30 or above...it's actually 28.5psi but his car has the tephra mod to fix that anyway.
op, i wouldn't worry about it till the light comes on again.
i agree with eyler, too check your fluid level in the resvoir in the trunk.
you did have the asc off right? if you had it on that's the problem. it will get pissed when you autox with it on.